Event allows local ranching families to tell their story

1st September, 2015 by

By Edward Stoner

It is hard to imagine the 24-7 schedule of the hard-working ranching families all around us. Punctuated by searing heat, blue skies, blizzards, downpours, good hay cuttings and long days in the saddle, and fresh food on the table, many of these ranchers are looking to future generations of ranchers to carry on their important work of providing our food and clothing. They need our understanding and support just as much as we need their products and desire their land to remain rural and picturesque.Eagle Valley Land Trust, in consultation with Eagle County 4-H and with the cooperation of several …

Source:: Vail Daily Feed



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